Slab Culture Houston
The slab car was a direct influence by the superfly era of the mid to late 70s. The culture was born in the 80s through Houston hip hop. Slab cars can be seen on any street or freeway and are easily recognized by their candy paint, lush interiors, and the must have Texan Wire Wheels ’83s® or ’84s® Elbow® “wire wheels” known as Swangas®. To spotlight their Slab Culture apparel and streetwear and bring awareness to what the slab culture is all about, they partnered with Envisager Studio and our involved team of designers, developers, and consultants to create an engaging website. The indisputably prevailing result boasts a responsive design, custom YouTube video player, stylishly showcased products, and intuitive navigation. Visitors can literally spend hours on the website exploring the quality slab culture apparel and watching Slab Culture videos. You don’t have to own a slab to appreciate the culture and to enjoy casual high fashion with bold, vivid designs.
To see the final outcome, be sure to visit www.slabculture.com, and contact Envisager Studio today to take your online presence to the next level.